By Car

From Milan and Genoa, Tortona can be reached in 1 hour through highway A7.

Tortona can also be easily reached from Turin, in 1 hour and half, through highway A21.

If your destination is Val Borbera, the two closest exits are: Serravalle Scrivia and Vignole Borbera.

By Train

Departing from Milan or Genoa, you can arrive in QuartoPiemonte (getting off at Tortona or Arquata Scrivia station) in less than an hour, with more than 20 direct trains each day.

If Turin is your departure station, there are direct trains that connect the city to Arquata Scrivia in 1 hour and half, while to get to Tortona, you will have to change at Alessandria.

Coming from Switzerland? Since 2020 it is available a direct train connecting Zurich to Genoa, which stops in Tortona.


By Plane

You can get to Quarto Piemonte from the principal North West Airports. We are 1 hour away from Milan-Linate (LIN) by car, 1 hour and 20 minutes from Milan Malpensa (MXP), 1 hour and 30 minutes from Turin Caselle (TRN) and 1 hour and 10 minutes from Genoa (GOA).

All the airports are connected to the main train stations by trains and shuttle services.

Private transfers on request.

Walking or Cycling

Do you wish to travel with zero environmental impact? Quarto Piemonte is reachable on foot or by bicycle. Some important tracks like Via Postumia (from Aquileia to Genova), the Cammino San Michele (from Mont Saint-Michel in France to Monte Sant Angelo in Apulia) and the E1 European Long Distance Path (from North Cape in Norway to Capo Passero in Sicily), pass through it.

Let’s not forget the Via Francigena (from Canterbury in the UK to Rome) which crosses our Country only a few kilometers away from us. Needless to say that QuartoPiemonte is worth a little route modification.

Quarto Piemonte